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Webwatcher
Webwatcher is a perl tool for keeping tabs on web content and the authors of that content. The idea is to provide a reporting mechanism by which people may be informed of when their data has expired.
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split.pl
This is a useful Perl script that allows you to split a big file into smaller files. It can be useful when you need to transport a large file to another location and you don't know what tools or operating systems you will have available at the other end. Also, it is useful to transport something in smaller pieces over a slow modem connection that often gets disconnected.
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The Bible
This is a free Perl script that allows you to search the Bible by Book, Chapter, and Verse. It is completely self contained and easy to setup, just add your sites information variables and your ready to go.
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Web Performance Monitoring
For the webmaster of a site, it is hard to know how their web sites is performing. This project was started to help webmasters monitor the time it takes to download URL's from various spots on the web. Its goal is to provide a set of tools, which can be deployed easily, to volunteer monitoring stations around the world.
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HTTP Header Viewer
posted bydjinMiscellaneous
This simple script allows you to inspect the HTTP headers that your web server is sending along with your files. You can use this to verify that the correct MIME type is being sent for each file type.
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Search Engine Simulator
posted bydjinMiscellaneous
This script allows web authors to see what their pages will look like to a search engine. This program ignores the META tags that some search engines honor.
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Lynx Viewer
posted bydjinMiscellaneous
This Perl script allows web authors to see what their pages will look like (sort of) when viewed with Lynx, a text-mode web browser.
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Web Page Backward Compatibility Viewer
posted bydjinMiscellaneous
This is an interesting Perl script that allows you to see what a Webpage would look like in the absence of certain features such as images, tables, java applet, style sheet, etc. It lets you specify a Webpage URL and a browser type, and select a variety of properties that the Webpage would support.
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Web Page Purifier
posted bydjinMiscellaneous
This Perl script allows you to restrict your HTML to published standards. It lets you enter a Web page URL, select the HTML Purity Level, and see what your page look like for the chosen HTML level.
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MTG (Meta Tag Generator)
MTG is a simple Perl script that allows you to generate HTML Meta tags suitable for inclusion in your HTML documents.
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get_users.pl
This is a simple Perl script that allows you to retrieve a list of users on a WinNT Server or Workstation.
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Source Split
This is a simple program that allows you to split a text file into several smaller-sized files. Thus, this script makes it easier for you to maintain relatively larger files.
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Auto Page Reload
This script demontrates an automatic page reload for pages that require frequent automatic updates. It works with Netscape, Mosaic, and Internet Explorer.
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MetaCrafter
This handy dandy little script generates meta tags for your websites quickly and easily.
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fakessi.pl
This simple three-line Perl CGI parses its argument as an 'shtml' file, faking server-side includes. It can be useful on systems that don't intrinsically support SSI.
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htmlone3.pl
Given a file containing URLs, this simple five-line Perl CGI returns all links (one level deep) on the specified URLs.
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FastAward
FastAward is a Perl script that completely automates the task of giving out your own awards. It not only takes applications, but will weed out duplicates and has the option of e-mailing you alerting you of new applications. It also simplifies the task of awarding - press a button to delete the site, or to send off a standard E-mail to the winner of your award. It also keeps a log of everyone you've given your award out to complete with it's own search engine.
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Compliments
Compliments is a simple engine/form that will tell a webmaster that someone (who supplies their E-mail address) likes their website. No lengthy question forms, just one line of user input. This will optionally send an E-mail to the webmaster or add the user's address to a HTML or Log file which the webmaster can either hide or show publicly.
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NickName
This script is designed after a common JavaScript. The user goes to your default page, types in their name, is given a message (using their name in it), and sends them to your main page. It's a nifty proto-type.
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BS Text Gradient
This script will take in a text string, red, blue, and green colors and return a "text gradient". In other words, the text string will fade from one selected color to the other. This script does not require ssi.
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